Online or onsite, instructor-led live Agent Based Modeling training courses demonstrate through interactive hands-on practice the fundamentals of Agent Based Modeling.
Agent Based Modeling training is available as "online live training" or "onsite live training". Online live training (aka "remote live training") is carried out by way of an interactive, remote desktop. Onsite live Agent Based Modeling training can be carried out locally on customer premises in Oxford or in NobleProg corporate training centres in Oxford.
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Agent Based Modeling Course Outlines in Oxford
Agent-based modelling and simulation (ABMS) is a relatively new approach to modelling complex systems composed of interacting, autonomous ‘agents’. Agents have behaviours, often described by simple rules, and interactions with other agents, which in turn influence their behaviours. By modelling agents individually, the full effects of the diversity that exists among agents in their attributes and behaviours can be observed as it gives rise to the behaviour of the system as a whole. The Repast Suite is a family of advanced, free, and open source agent-based modeling and simulation libraries that have collectively been under continuous development for over 10 years. This four day course explains in detail how to create simulation for agent-based systems using the Repast environment.
- Introduce participants to principles and concepts of agent-based modeling and simulation.
- Develop participants’ capacity to read and understand agent modeling programming code.
- Equip participants with knowledge, so they understand the importance of accurate and precise modeling.
- Increase the participants’ understanding of systems of their own using the Agent-based simulation.
- Develop a better capacity to use and code agent-based systems using repast, reLogo.
The course models a variety of effective training methodologies including demonstration, practice, discussion, brain-storming, case studies, visualization and presentation. Once participants have gained an understanding of industrial modeling and simulation, they can use this knowledge in developing their own ABMS systems.